Office of the Vice President for Research

Arduino Board 

Model # of equipment:

Arduino Board REV1

Brief Description of equipment:

Arduino is an open-source electronics prototyping platform based on flexible, easy-to-use hardware and software. It's intended for artists, designers, hobbyists, and anyone interested in creating interactive objects or environments.

Capabilities of the equipment:

The Arduino REV1 also includes the DFRobot Arduino Prototyping Shield allows you to createa small prototyping board to connect the Arduino Microcontroller. Prior soldering experience isrecommended. The components can be weldeddirectly on the board. You can also connect theabove mini-bread board circuit. The Mini-breadBoard is sold separately.The ProtoShield prototype extension board and twobuttons can be used directly with two LED circuits.

Power of all pins has led to very fit. The DFRobot Arduino Prototyping Shield builds the circuit with the prototype.

Location of equipment:

Putnam Hall, Rm 221a

*Procedure for access to the equipment:

See our website:

Contact person for information or access to the equipment:

Name: Nathaniel Berger

Phone: (740) 593-0695


Training/technical help available?


Fees for use of equipment?

Dependent upon usage case.

Website link for facility/equipment:

*We are not designed by concept, policy, nor staffing to function as a resource lab to service the University at large, nor primarily for external College of Fine Arts [CoFA] departments. However, we regularly help the University at large in creative endeavors, and therefore provide the above listed item or service. All participation, or usage of the Lab must still be dictated by our Mission Statement, Policies, & Procedures, taking equal footing with the needs of our original & chartered patrons. All usage of @Lab Resources must be pre-discussed, reserved & pre-paid. All Resources must adhere to @Lab Facilities Form guidelines and stipulations. These details canbe found on our website. Fees are entirely dependent upon usage cases impacting lab schedules,and impact of usage incursion to CoFA needs. If fees are indicated as necessary, all billing must be done via the Internal Billing Authorization system. The College of Fine Arts will only be able to bill your department after you or another authorized account member provides the CoFA Budget Unit Manager, DeAnna Russell, with a [one-time] signed & associated authorized account number, with these pricing schemes attached.

 Arduino Board